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you must then designate some towns as towns of refuge for you, to which a person who has killed someone unintentionally may flee.
However, suppose a person hates someone else 1 and stalks him, attacks him, kills him, 2 and then flees to one of these cities.
When I catch up with 1 him he will be exhausted and worn out. 2 I will rout him, and the entire army that is with him will flee. I will kill only the king
Though these people make an uproar as loud as the roaring of powerful waves, 1 when he shouts at 2 them, they will flee to a distant land, driven before the wind like dead weeds on the hills, or like dead thistles 3 before a strong gale.
Assyria will fall by a sword, but not one human-made; 1 a sword not made by humankind will destroy them. 2 They will run away from this sword 3 and their young men will be forced to do hard labor.
Anyone who accidentally killed someone 1 without hating him at the time of the accident 2 could flee to one of those cities and be safe.
The one who committed manslaughter 1 should escape to one of these cities, stand at the entrance of the city gate, and present his case to the leaders of that city. 2 They should then bring him into the city, give him a place to stay, and let him live there. 3